Y'all got any lamps?
- May 19, 2005
- I don't drive, I fly.
The car in question is a MkI replica, not a MkII, III, or IV. And, while we're at it, the MkIII never had a 427 either (it had the 289), so you're wrong again.
If you're going to criticize a replica for inaccuracy, perhaps you should make sure your information is accurate first.
Wow Shelby's 427s are expensive. A fully dressed one is over $20k. Even with the addition of EFI that is pricy.
You beloved 427 would cost half what those guys are asking for an entire, fully functioning car already producing a healthy 420hp. Don't get me wrong, of course I would like to have the biggest, most powerful engine possible, but I think what they offer is a pretty good deal.